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Chelsea

 By Phil Lythell

Cech exit from Chelsea must be done respectfully and strategically

The Spanish Football Federation have confirmed Chelsea's Diego Costa will miss Spain's upcoming internationals with a hamstring injury.

Nothing has been announced, but goalkeeper Petr Cech has all but confirmed that he will be leaving Chelsea FC for pastures new once the current season has drawn to a close. An interview published in a newspaper from his native Czech Republic on Tuesday made it clear for the first time that he is not prepared to spend another season as an understudy to Thibaut Courtois, heavily suggesting that his association with the West London club is in its final throes after 11 incredibly successful seasons...

 By Ian Holyman

Eden Hazard: Chelsea's Champions League exit 'blessing in disguise'

The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.

Eden Hazard has told L'Equipe that Chelsea's Champions League elimination could be a "blessing in disguise" as they look to close in on the Premier League title.

Hazard, 24, was unable to prevent his side from slipping out of Europe's premier club competition as they succumbed to Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16 earlier this month.

Their exit was all the more surprising given that they played nearly 90 minutes of the second leg at Stamford Bridge with a one-man advantage, and twice went in...

 By PA Sport

John Terry hails Jose Mourinho honesty after signing new contract

The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.
John Terry has made 29 Premier League appearances this season.

John Terry has heaped praise on Jose Mourinho for reviving his Chelsea career as the captain eyes more trophies and more time at Stamford Bridge.

On Thursday, Terry signed a one-year contract extension with Chelsea, committing to the Premier League leaders until the end of the 2015-16 season.

The Blues announced the skipper's new deal three weeks after Mourinho guaranteed Terry would be with the club next term.

The 34-year-old's existing deal was set to expire at the end of this season and the new...

 By Mark Worrall

Terry's extension at Chelsea should boost Mourinho's ambitions

The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.
Chelsea legend John Terry has looked ageless this season, helping his club win the Capital One Cup. He could get his 14th trophy if the club holds on to win the Premier League.

Chelsea announced on Thursday that centre-back John Terry has signed a new one-year contract extension that will keep him with the club till the end of next season. The decision was met with delight by the club, the player and Blues supporters.

Mindful of the bitterness associated with the departure last year of all time record goal-scorer Frank Lampard, fans of the London club will be as relieved as they are happy that Terry, the man they refer to as "Captain, Leader, Legend" is to remain at Chelsea.

Terry,...